Thursday, December 16, 2010

On the road again...

...in southwest Ocala. Photo taken several weeks ago. Before our cold weather!

21 comments:

EG Wow said...

Is the driver wearing a hat that matches his cart? Tres chic!

Jack said...

Nice composition, Jacob. I like it.

brattcat said...

I'd love to follow that road.

EG Wow said...

That's a Harley?! They paint them yellow?! Well, what do I know?

magiceye said...

love this!!!

Randy said...

Looks like a fun ride.

tapirgal said...

A tricycle for the Boomers and beyond?

Bibi said...

I know it isn't a lawn mower, but remember that film about a man who rode his lawn mower to visit his brother? A true story! Forgot name.

cieldequimper said...

Lol, what on earth is that?

Cezar and Léia said...

I would love to be on the road, with so beautiful sunny day!
Léia

Cezar and Léia said...

I would love to be on the road, with so beautiful sunny day!
Léia

Small City Scenes said...

Well ya can't miss him a mile away. Wow it's flat there. MB

Irredento Urbanita said...

Lovely sky, clean road, but cold weather can not be seen.

Regards

Valery

[Barcelona Daily Photo]

brattcat said...

Do I think we'll get more snow this winter? Haha. Does a cat purr?

Daryl said...

A NYC taxi colored motorcycle or is it a mower?

Lois said...

I guess the grass is not as green there now after the cold weather. I like that yellow!

Francisca said...

A Harley? Reaaaally? :-D This road looks nothing like the ones we drove on in Quezon province last weekend... But I'll have you know that "On the Road Again" is probably my theme song.

Marie said...

This is funny. What vehicle is this? Have a nice weekend, Jacob.

Birdman said...

hahahahahaha!

Lisa Wilson said...

Good thing they took advantage of the warm weather! It's been cold in all of the wrong places lately. Thank goodness we are finally getting some snow today. Check out the Telluride webcams. http://wwww.visittelluride.com/discover-telluride/photos/webcams

JM said...

What car is that? :-)

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